This bioheat project in Hazelton, B.C. is the first to receive funding under the government’s Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities Program.
The new plant will reduce greenhouse gas emissions at SFU Burnaby’s campus and UniverCity by 85%.
The full day open house featured demonstrations of biomass and gas-fired condensing boilers.
Unlike fossil fuels, wood chips, when or if ever spilled, will not cost anyone an enormous amount of money to clean up.